A common mistake high school hitters can make is getting hung up on their swing mechanics rather than getting in the right place mentally before and during an at bat.
Dante Bichette, the proud owner of the first home run in Colorado Rockies’ history, claims that a batter grows and improves his game by focusing on the mental aspect of the game.
Bichette had the most productive years of his career during his time in Colorado.
In ’95 he won the Silver Slugger award as an outfielder and barely missed out on the Triple Crown and MVP awards by posting a .340 batting average with 40 home runs and 128 RBI’s.
Listen and find out what Bichette has to say about reading pitchers and taking your game to the next level.